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Total Vaca (As Aventuras de Gui & Estopa)

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Total Vaca (As Aventuras de Gui & Estopa)
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Part of Season: 1
Episode Number: 18
Air Date: 2008
Writer: Mariana Caltabiano
Eduardo Jardim
Director: Mariana Caltabiano
Previous episode: Esconde-Esconde
Next episode: Cabelereiro

Total Vaca (lit. Total Cow) is the 18th episode of the first season of As Aventuras de Gui & Estopa, which originally premiered in 2008. The episode focuses on Gui going to a costume party dressed as a Dalmatian, but Fifivelinha thinks he is in an incomplete cow costume.

Why This Episode is Awful

  1. The episode's writing is very poor and random: Fifivelinha dresses Gui as a cow and forces him to work as a model against his will.
  2. This is also a Gui's torture episode since Gui is not only humiliated in public by Fifivelinha when he is dressed as a cow but he is also obliged to act as a model for her using this costume against his own will.
  3. Fifivelinha is a jerk with Gui during the entire episode since she not only forces Gui to dress up as a cow but also ignores him when he tries to explain that his costume was supposed to be a Dalmatian and still forces him to ridicule his image by using him as a model for magazine cover photos.
  4. After Gui screams to Fifivelinha that his costume was supposed to be a Dalmatian, there is a weird scene with a voice from an unseen character saying "I am not a goat, I am a buffalo", probably a random attempt to make a filler joke.
  5. Fifivelinha makes several unfunny puns related to cows.
  6. Awful ending: Gui decides to move to the North Pole to escape Fifivelinha, but an Eskimo begins to irritate him by calling him a polar bear.
  7. The episode lasts less than 2 minutes, being much shorter than most episodes in the series.

The Only Redeeming Qualities

  1. The theme song in the title card is nice to hear.


  1. The episode has some cameos like the feet of Eduardo of Foster's Home and a man appearing dressed as Kermit the Frog in one of the scenes, besides the Disney's Snow White's dwarfs in the background.



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